Venezuela to reopen bond markets


The Central Bank of Venezuela will be ready to reopen bond markets next week, Armando León, a member of its board of directors, said on Thursday.

Speaking to Globovisión, a Venezuelan news network, León said testing on the new trading system was 90% complete, and would be concluded over the weekend.

On 18 May, the South American country's government closed bond markets, where the trade of foreign government bonds was providing an unofficial parallel market giving Venezuelans access to foreign

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